Bartending can be a lucrative side hustle or a full-time job, and offers a number of benefits.
For example, bartenders often work flexible schedules and have the chance to earn a lot of money in engaging, fast-paced work.
Plus, bars are busiest during nights and weekends, which makes becoming a bartender a popular side hustle.
Looking for a part-time side hustle where you get can your inventory for free and there are almost no startup costs?
This week, I’m excited to introduce the side hustle of public domain publishing.
This is the art and science of republishing classic literature – where the copyrights have expired – and earning passive royalties when your version sells.
Real estate investing is perhaps one of the oldest side hustles in existence.
Buy a house, rent it out, and build wealth. It’s a tried and true formula, and certainly a way to stop trading time for money.
This idea was popularized by books like Rich Dad Poor Dad, explaining (often with real estate as an example) how you can “escape the rat race” when income from assets you control exceeds your monthly expenses.
But real estate investing comes in many different “flavors” — and some take more time and money than others to get started with.
This week’s show is a re-take on last year’s Thanksgiving episode on 10 Creative Side Hustles that Make Real Money.
That show was a hit, so I’m returning to that format for another round.
Some of these will you have kicking yourself not thinking of it yourself, and some of these are 6-figure businesses you could literally start tomorrow.
We’re hooked on our devices, but did you know your smartphone can actually make you money every month? Here are some of my favorite money making apps and money saving apps.
Some are completely passive after you set them up, while others take a little more time.
I’ve broken these down by category, and encourage you to pick and install the ones that make the most sense for you.
That’s exactly what today’s guest, Josh Elledge is doing.
Josh runs a kind of modern PR service for small businesses and has developed a unique and innovative way to break through the marketing clutter and have real conversations with real prospects — and do it at scale.
He’s found a way to create what he calls “a speed dating environment.” That’s his metaphor for the revolving door of new prospects he’s interviewing and selling his services to.
Whether you’re looking for a side hustle or want to have a more enjoyable 9-5, there are several ways you can go about becoming your own boss.
Just imagine … no more clocking in, no more mean bosses, and no more incompetent coworkers to deal with.
Sounds like bliss, right?
But how exactly do you make it a reality? What do you need to do to be your own boss?